Tag Archives: book review

#SharingGraphics

Originally posted on The Write Stuff:
Every now and then, I find a few minutes to create a graphic or two. After I finished with my Christmas sale images, I figured why not do a generic review reminder? One that hopefully won’t be a problem with Amazon, since it doesn’t mention anyone’s books specifically and…

#BookReview – SYMPHONY OF FATES by JC Kang #epicfantasy #asianfantasy

Being on holiday, I finally got around to some reading, and managed to finish a series I’ve really grown to love. The Dragon Songs Saga has undergone a number of revamps since it began, both new titles and new covers, but the novels themselves have remained unchanged, so where I’ve linked below to reviews of […]

#BookReview – GAME OF LIES (Messenger Chronicles #2) by Pippa DaCosta #SFF

I’m writing this review as I get ready to GO ON HOLIDAY!!! Can’t wait, though it does mean I won’t be around to post much for the next few weeks – goodness knows, I’ve earned the break, even though I love both of my jobs. We are heading off to tour the Inner Hebrides, so […]

Book Tour, #giveaway & #BookReview – TRIBAL AFFAIRS by Matt Dallmann #YAfantasy

Book Details: Book Title: Tribal Affairs by Matt Dallmann Category: YA Fiction, 277 pages Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Matt Dallmann Release date: July 2017 Tour dates: August 6 to 24, 2018 Content Rating: G (No bad language or sex) Book Description: Dahlia, a centuries-old genie, lies hopelessly trapped in a damaged golden locket charm attached to […]

#BookReview – THE HEART STONE CHRONICLES #1 THE SWAMP FAIRY by Colleen Chesebro #supernatural #YAfantasy

I began this book some time ago, got diverted by pressure of work deadlines, and came back to it with absolutely no problems picking it up again right where I’d left off. This, I feel, is the mark of a good book – the characters, settings and plot so strong they can be instantly recalled […]

Some great advice about how to handle reviews #authors

Click on over to Nicholas C. Rossis blog to see this great post on handling reviews 😉 via 7 Ways to Handle Reviews: Brought to you Buy Tongue & Cheek

Book Review – A LOVE DIVIDED by Belle McInnes #HistoricalRomance #Romance

I took another of my occasional side trips into a genre I rarely read – in this case, historical romance. For me, the inevitable outcome of a romance novel is usually a bit of a dampener, but this one had enough intriguing hooks for me to want to give it a try – the Scottish […]

Book review: Desprite Measures by Deborah Jay (@DeborahJay2) #Fantasy #UrbanFantasy

Originally posted on K.J's Athenaeum:
Cassie, a water sprite, had been living alone within the lochs for centuries, but as man adapted and developed so too did their technology. Plumbing made things particularly tricky for an elemental who likes to stay in her water form. Eventually she surrendered and moved to land to…

What a lovely new #review of THE PRINCE’S MAN #fantasy #EpicFantasy

What a lovely surprise to find this wonderful new review of THE PRINCE’S MAN on Sally Cronin’s fabulous blog ‘Smorgasbord‘ . If you haven’t yet discovered Sally’s blog, take a look – the title really does describe it to a tee. 5.0 out of 5 stars Elves, Magic, and Spies–what a fast-moving tale By Jacqui Murray VINE VOICE on September 7, […]

You READ – but do you leave REVIEWS?

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
If not, why not? I don’t have time The author probably spent a heck of a lot more time writing the story than you took to read it, no matter how slow you think you are, so why not take a few minutes to record…